The Dead Milkmen this week released the second single off their first new album in nearly a decade, “Philadelphia Femdom,” a song the band calls a “BDSM nightmare.”
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The Dead Milkmen are back with their first new album in nearly a decade — Quaker City Quiet Pills — and they’ve just debuted lead-off single.
The Dead Milkmen are back in the studio, working on the band’s first new album in six years and the follow-up to 2017’s Welcome to the End of the World EP. To help bide the time, they’ve also launched a new weekly video series in which they’ll answer “big questions.” Watch the first installment right here.
For this week’s installment of Vintage Video, we revisit The Dead Milkmen’s notorious 1988 “performance” of their improbable hit “Punk Rock Girl” on “Club MTV” — which was decidedly not the usual cable-television outlet for such unkempt college radio faves. Watch the whole thing here.
The Dead Milkmen are celebrating Halloween today by debuting three new songs off the first in a new series of 7-inch singles online — but only until midnight. The tracks include “Dark Clouds Gather Over Middlemarch” and “Ronald Reagan Killed the Black Dahlia,” off the 7-inch itself, and a bonus digital track.
The Dead Milkmen recently announced a pair of October shows — a festival appearance in upstate New York followed by a Halloween bash in their hometown of Philadelphia — and revealed that the band is studio-bound to work on new music, perhaps a follow-up to 2011’s ‘The King In Yellow,’ the band’s first album in 15 years.
The Dead Milkmen will hold a belated hometown album-released party for ‘The King in Yellow’ — their first album in 15 years, which the band self-released in March but is now set for wider distribution — when they perform the record in its entirety (‘with limited commercial interruptions’) at a Philadelphia club next month.
The Dead Milkmen released their first new album in more than 15 years this morning, announcing on their website that not only is the recently announced ‘The King in Yellow’ now finished, the 17-track album is immediately available for purchase as a digital download.
Philadelphia’s Dead Milkmen recently finished recording their first new album in more than 15 years, a record tentatively titled ‘The King in Yellow’ that’s expected out sometime this spring.
Tweet Beloved Philly punk-jokesters The Dead Milkmen — who reunited in late 2008 and went on to play a handful of concerts last year — […]